can work with a variety of artwork file types. We do our best to work with the art files that you have, but some printing methods do require a specific type of file. If you do not have the correct type of art we can usually convert it or rebuild it in the required format for a nominal charge. In simple terms, vector is best and raster can be good or bad.

Here is a brief description of art file types.

Vector files, come in the form of .PDF, .EPS, and .AI. Vector-based artwork such as illustrations are made with mathematical calculations, and can be scaled up to any size without losing quality. Vector is best for logos and is required for printing methods such as silkscreen, pad printing, embossing, die striking, embroidery, and more. These files are needed for Sharpie products, silkscreened apparel, divot tools, towels, beverage coolers, speakers, umbrellas, hats, etc. A vector file can used for any style of printing with no restrictions. It is the best type of art. If you do not have it, we can help you.

Raster Files, come in the form of .JPG, .PNG, and .TIFF. Raster-based artwork such as photos or flattened artwork (from Adobe Photoshop) are made up of tiny squares (pixels), and depending on your resolution and/or final output size desired, the file could have a low quality end result. Raster is best for photographs and web graphics and work well for full color printing. These files can be used for alignment sticks, poker chips, bag tags, wall decor, etc. We have the ability to rebuild these files in vector for a nominal charge.

Some types of printing require us to construct devices to imprint the product. These are sometimes called "dies" or "screens" and require a "setup fee". These setup fees are standard for printing. We do not profit off of setup fees.

Some complex design jobs could incur "design fees". This is when we are required to perform logo design and or complex layout design. maintains a comprehensive database of your artwork within the website as well as on our servers. We keep it on file for reorders.

We send proofs to customers for all orders. We are not responsible for misspellings, incorrect logos, etc after the proof has been approved. It is the customer’s responsibility to carefully review all information provided on the proof and make sure it is correct before submitting proof approval.

High quality printing results require high quality art files. Low quality logo or art files provided to us can result in poor quality printing. We are not responsible for poor quality printing due to bad art. If we receive extremely poor art we will let you know. Borderline art will be used and could result in poor quality. The submission or poor or borderline art to us will be viewed as acceptable for printing by the customer and therefore poor printing quality is not our responsibility. If you have concerns about the quality of your art it is your responsibility to let us know prior to proof approval. At that point our team will take a closer look and recommend a resolution.